Keynote Speakers Webcast
Webcast with Wayson Choy, Judith Schaefer, Jennifer Chambers, Helen Leung, and Andy Underwood.
DEMENTIA SELF MANAGEMENT
Materials from Health Coaching for Dementia Care: Making Sense of Self-Management Strategies
- Health Coaching for Dementia Care by Frances Morton
- Making Sense of Self Management Strategies: Presentation Summary and Additional Resources by Frances Morton
- Applying Self Management Strategies Using the Balance of Care: Self Management Session Worksheet
- Early Stage Memory Loss: Tips and Strategies
- Care Packages Description
HEALTH EQUITY IMPACT ASSESSMENT
- Health Equity Impact Assessment Workshop by Bob Gardner and Anthony Mohamed, Wellesley Institute and St. Micheal’s Hospital.
- Health Equity Impact Assessment: Slide Handout. This hands-on 90 minute session introduces a proven equity planning tool that helps to assess the potential impact of health programming and/or service initiatives among diverse health disadvantaged communities. For additional information on the HEIA template and workbook, please visit the Toronto Central LHIN Aging.
- Health Equity Impact Assessment Tool
- Health Equity Impact Assessment Workbook
TEACH MOTIVATIONAL INTERVIEWING
- Putting Motivational Interviewing Skills into Practice by Marilyn Herie and Rosa Dragonetti- TEACH: This skills-building workshop is designed to help participants enhance their clinical skills in Motivational Interviewing. This 90 minute workshop has been designed for all health care practitioners – especially those who work as front line workers with clients on a daily basis.
- Motivational Learning Skills Handout
SELF -MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES FOR CULTURALLY DIVERSE POPULATIONS
- Self Management Strategies Among Culturally Diverse Populations by Betty Shuc Han Wills, Carefirst Seniors & Community Services Association – Toronto is a culturally and ethnically diverse city and visible minorities account for 43% of its residents (Census of Canada 2001). The prevalence of type 2 diabetes (T2D) is high in non-European ethnic groups (ICES, 2007) and is particularly high in populations from East Asia and South Asia. Diabetes self-management programs have been shown to be effective in empowering individuals to take better care of themselves, but these programs must be culturally appropriate for each group.
- Co-creating Care with Ethnic Communities by Helen Leung, Carefirst Seniors and Community Services Association
SELF MANAGEMENT PART II
- Change is Good, You Go First – Implementing Self-Management Support through Interdisciplinary Team Care: Enabling individuals to make good choices and sustain health behaviours calls for a collaborative relationship between healthcare providers and teams, and clients and their families. This 90 minute workshop addresses the implementation of self-management support: team care, roles and tasks, cross-training and community partnerships.
- Change Is Good: Judith Schaefer, Session 1 Handout
- Change Is Good Part II: Schaefer, Session 2 Handout
- Action Plan with Example
- Agenda Setting Worksheet
- Roles and Tasks Assessment
- Ultra Brief Personal Action Plan
Jennifer Chambers, Empowerment Council, CAMH (materials unavailable) – Support for support for self-managed care in the addictions and mental health community – a strong voice to the client perspective.